Today, the world is waking up to the fact that footballs are being used to inflate footballs and the damage they are doing to our game.
The news from around the world has hit home and now we are starting to hear the stories of the people affected.
There is one thing we must all agree on; footballs have not been invented.
In fact, footballs were invented in the 1950s and played in an era when the only real footballs in the world were the old-fashioned ball-filling and ball-retaining ones that the great English footballing dynasty had been using.
When footballs got the new technology and made it into the modern game, they made it even more dangerous.
And now we all know the damage footballs can do.
Today’s world is so much more fragile, more fragile than ever.
We have to remember that football has always been about the ball.
And the ball has always mattered.
When we play, we play with the ball in our hands.
It has always meant something to us.
When I play, I play with my team.
And we can play for the same reason.
If you think about it, the ball is the lifeblood of the game.
We are all born with it in our minds and we can never live without it.
We can’t afford to let that lifeblood slip away.
The story of footballs over the years has been a story of hope and triumph.
The greatest player of all time was Sir Alex Ferguson.
When he was still at Manchester United, he was a legend and his goals were often the best in the history of the club.
But, just a few years after his retirement, things started to go wrong.
There were rumours that he was cheating on his wife.
He also had a huge scandal with the Football Association.
But the main thing that happened was that his team were in trouble.
They were playing away from home.
And they lost to the Arsenal side of the world, the best team in the Premier League, and they went down in history as the best football team ever to be relegated.
This was when it really hit home to him that he had to do something about it.
He went to a club in the north-west of England called Leeds United.
They had a very high-flying manager named Garry Monk, who was very popular.
He had won trophies at Arsenal and he was now playing for Leeds United in a footballing environment that was very different to what he had experienced at Manchester City and Manchester United.
He was looking to improve.
He knew that if he could get the team back up to their former level he could win the league again.
So he decided to get the best players he could from Leeds United and bring them up to his standards.
He did this by signing two of the best strikers in the country, Andy Gray and Jonny Evans.
In those days, Andy and Jon had a reputation for being the two greatest strikers of all-time, and he knew that Andy and Gray were both great goalscorers.
But they were not the best.
The best strikers of the 20th century were Wayne Rooney and Wayne Coates, who were both phenomenal strikers.
And Rooney was also the best goalkeeper in the game today.
But when the Leeds United team came to play, they were playing against the top team in England, Manchester United who had just won their Premier League title.
And that was the day that all Leeds United fans in the city and all football fans in all the world woke up.
They all knew that there was something seriously wrong with their team.
It was going to be an exciting game.
But before they even got to the field, they lost.
It took all of the players to make sure that the team got the best possible start.
They didn’t want to go out and concede two goals in the first 10 minutes of the match, which was a very rare occurrence for Leeds.
They wanted to go on and win it.
And when the ball dropped in the box, it was not for the Leeds fans to blame.
They simply couldn’t play the ball out of the back.
So they went back and they got three goals.
They made it 3-0 and it was a really good start to the game for them.
They got the first goal and then they scored two more goals in quick succession.
And then when the match ended, the team were down by two goals.
And Leeds United were the best side in the league.
That was a big moment for the club, because they were the first team in English football to win the Premier the league in 20 years, and the first in 20 league seasons.
They went on to win that league title three more times in the next 10 years.
They even got the trophy.
And of course, the fans were delighted by that, because Leeds United had won the league for the first time in a century.
And it was only when the